bleat

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Synonyms for bleat

Synonyms for bleat

the sound of sheep or goats (or any sound resembling this)

Related Words

talk whiningly

cry plaintively

References in periodicals archive ?
I was just walking past and went to have a look at what was going on," she bleated.
Thought we deserved something from the game for our late pressure, bleated the man who (God help us
You've got a sort of Ewan McGregor charisma,'' I bleated.
They bleated about having players missing through this and that but we have had it just as bad, you just have to get on with it
THERE'S not an official enquiry as such," bleated Belle Vue general manager John Gilburn regarding the recent successful gamble on Tommy Adamson-trained First To Know
Banished from the world of the dead, powerfully built and Beckettian Jordi Cortes Molina cringed, contorted, stuttered, and bleated in an effort to define loneliness versus aloneness.
I wore a car seat cover and bleated through the whole production.
They all bleated on that nobody could see the recession coming, then that nobody knew how bad it was going to get.
While Sydney bleated at her little one, the kid's playful antics had animal caregivers a little concerned and amused at the same time.
While she bleated on in the House about being treated with respect and claims that she'd give up showbiz if she wasn't liked, there she was this week flashing her cleaveage with a fag in her mouth during a video shoot for The Streets.